God Don't Make No Junk

By Peggy MacTaggart

God Don't Make No Junk
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Accompany Bobbie as she traces back the path of her life; from her Ojibwa roots to her rejection of her culture following the horrific abuse she endured during her childhood. She reflects on her life with sadness and humor recalling her tumultuous marriage and divorce, her life ... Read more


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Accompany Bobbie as she traces back the path of her life; from her Ojibwa roots to her rejection of her culture following the horrific abuse she endured during her childhood. She reflects on her life with sadness and humor recalling her tumultuous marriage and divorce, her life as a single parent, her battle with drugs and alcohol and the long road back to her traditions that took decades.

Peggy MacTaggart

Peggy MacTaggart is a Metis with close ties to the Eagle Lake First Nations of Northern Ont. as well as Wabigoon First Nation, Ont. She moved to Quebec City in 1991 to take care of her aging parents. God Don't Make No Junk is Peggy's first published work and her first book with Theytus.

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